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Ss Brew Tech is making a name for themselves in the homebrewing world. Mostly known for their innovative fermenters, their brew kettles are becoming very popular as well. They offer many of the advantages of Blichmann at a lower price.
Spike makes extremely durable, high quality brew kettles. What sets them apart is their use of welded fittings (most kettles use weldless). If you prefer welded fittings, and want the ability to customize the location of your couplers, go with Spike.
Blichmann has been making top-notch homebrewing gear for years. Their Boilermaker kettles are legendary are known as the "ferrari" of brew kettles. If you want a kettle with all the bells & whistles, this is it.
This plastic carboy is on the cheaper end of the spectrum, but it certainly gets the job done. The l6-gallon gallon size allows extra head space so this carboy can be used for primary fermentations.
An excellent fermenter. The HDPE plastic is a big step up from the cheaper plastic carboys and the price fits most budgets. For homebrewers who mainly brew 5-gallon batches, we recommend this 30-liter size (7.9 gallons). See our video review of the Speidel fermenter right here.
When you want a stainless steel fermenter but don't want to shell out the money for a conical. This is a high-end fermenter that doesn't break the bank. Make sure to see our video review of this fermenter and its temperature control system right here.
The Homebrew Academy & Midwest Supplies Collaboration Kit. Homebrew Academy founder Billy B. had a vision of the perfect homebrewing starter kit and Midwest Supplies brought that vision to life.
Probably the most fun to read homebrewing book on the market. Mosher combines top-notch brewing expertise with an entertaining and visually appealing writing style. A book to keep on your coffee table (or bar top).
Gordon Strong offers up dozens of great recipes while giving you the tools to build your own. It's a more advanced homebrewing book, but not overly technical.
The 4 books (Hops, Malt, Yeast, Water) in the Brewing Elements series offer a deep dive into the ingredients that form the foundation of the world's greatest drink.
Not a homebrewing book exactly, but if you want to understand the roots of homebrewing (and craft beer) in America, it's a must-read.
This book offers the rare opportunity to get a complete, behind-the-scenes look at how one of the world's best homebrewers crafts his beers. Gordon Strong shows exactly how he executes recipe formulation, equipment choices, and brewing techniques. In doing so he certainly delivers on the promise of the title -- ...